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List of all related Chinese words in English keywords:

impression
the effect that something or someone
has on a person's thoughts or feelings

impression; mental image
impression
mental image

image, persona; the general impression presents to the public
image
persona
the general impression
presents to the public

impression; perception; observation
impression
perception
observation

good feeling; good vibes; attracted to; fond of someone; favorable impression
good feeling
good vibes
attracted to
fond of someone
favorable impression

popularity; geniality with people; relations with people as an impression upon others
popularity
geniality with people
relations with people
(as an impression upon others)

unforgettable, hard to forget, indelible impression
unforgettable
hard to forget
indelible impression

imposing manner; influential impetus; impression of strength
imposing manner
influential impetus
impression of strength

delusion, hallucination, wrong impression
delusion
hallucination
wrong impression

describe, description
to describe
description

fossil; any preserved remains, impression, or trace of any once-living thing from a past geological age
fossil
any preserved remains, impression, or
trace of any once-living thing from
a past geological age

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